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Mather LifeWays is a unique not-for-profit organization. We enhance the lives of older adults through lifestyle and residential alternatives that create Ways to Age Well.®
It starts with a cup of coffee-and from there the possibilities are endless.
-Not a coffee company
-”America’s Living Room”, “Third Places”, “Being Spaces”
-Eased problem of social disconnection by offering somewhere to just hang out
-Filled need for public gathering spot
-Social glue: coffee
(Psychology Today, September/October 2007, p. 99-102)
Services and support that help people with encountered frailty
Services and programs that help people take maximum advantage of time in retirement.
(Thomas Glass, Harvard School of Public Health, 1999)
partnerships in community
Conference Rooms become computer labs.
Lounges become the perfect place for exercise classes and lectures.
June 24-25 or October 21-22
$975 (includes toolkit)
1603 Orrington Avenue, Ste. 1800
Evanston, Illinois 60201
If your question is not answered during the Q&A session, feel free to email me at:
Don’t Forget Your Free Copy of Aging in Stride
NCOA and Caresource are pleased to offer first-time registrants for this Healthy Aging Briefing Series a complimentary copy of the book,
Aging in Stride, which includes the new supplement Just In Case: Emergency Readiness for Older Adults and Caregivers.
To receive your copy, please visitwww.AgingInStride.org/NCOAoffer.
Or just email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, title, organization, mailing address, phone number, and date of the Briefing you participated in.
One free copy per registrant, please.